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Explorer Strikes 11.5 g/t Gold Over 20.1m in Stepout Drilling 19, · In a news release, HighGold Mining Inc. (HIGH:TSX.VHGGOF:OTCQX) announced additional assay results from its ongoing 15,000 meter drill program at its Johnson Tract Gold Project in southcentral Alaska. The firm advised that the results reported in this news release are for new drill holes at the

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Alaskan Gold Rush Vacation Adventure Resort Nome, AlaksaThe first Alaska gold rush of the early 1900s may be past, but Nome's vast landscape provides opportunities to relive this exciting period in Alaska history. Visit scenic Anvil Mountain and take in a commanding view of Nome, Norton Sound, and miles of unaltered Alaska wilderness.

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Gold mining in Alaska Gold mining started in 1870 from placers southeast of eau, Alaska. Gold is found and has been mined throughout Alaskaexcept in the vast swamps of the Yukon Flats, and along the North Slope between the Brooks Range and the Beaufort Sea.

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Gold Fever ProspectingGold Fever Prospecting located on the South Fork of the Fortymile River near historical Chicken, Alaska. We are a family run operation committed to giving you the greatest AllInclusive gold prospecting trip you will ever havedefinitely an adventure of a lifetime and an opportunity to fulfill a bucket list dream!

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Gold Panning Alaskan Gold Rush AdventureAKAU Alaska Gold &Resor t is all about making your stay easy! We provide Breakfast, Sandwiches, snacks and Dinner too. We serve Breakfast at 6:30 a.m. &Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Sandwiches or soup is available for lunches. You can take a sandwich with you while you venture about the area or search for gold.

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Gold Fever ProspectingGold Fever Prospecting located on the South Fork of the Fortymile River near historical Chicken, Alaska. We are a family run operation committed to giving you the greatest AllInclusive gold prospecting trip you will ever havedefinitely an adventure of a lifetime and an opportunity to fulfill a bucket list dream!

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Gold Mining in Alaska Prospecting for Gold in Alaska Gold Gold in Alaska It is no secret that Alaska is one of the great destinations that gold miners seek out to search for gold, and for good reason. Tons of gold have come out of the state over the last century, and plenty of the yellow stuff is still in the ground waiting to be found.

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Alaska Gold Mines: 2019 Actual And Forecast Production Jul 22, · Alaska Gold Mines Alaska is one of the largest goldproducing states in the United States. Gold produced in Alaska is only second to gold produced in Nevada, which leads all other states by a large

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Klondike Gold Rush HISTORYAug 21, 2018 · The Klondike Gold Rush, often called the Yukon Gold Rush, was a mass exodus of prospecting migrants from their hometowns to Canadian Yukon Territory and Alaska after gold was discovered there in 1896.

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Alaska Gold ProspectingAlaska Gold Prospecting is an Alaska family owned and operated business sharing our passion of gold prospecting and small scale mining with other families and individuals that have always dreamed of living that Ultimate Alaskan Gold Prospecting Adventure. Getting the gold bug or gold fever is nothing you can take a pill for.

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Trump administration says massive Alaska gold mine wont Jul 24, · Dillingham, Alaska, a fishing community of 2,300, is the largest town and hub of the Bristol Bay region, which is at the center of a battle over a proposed gold and copper mine.

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Explorer Strikes 11.5 g/t Gold Over 20.1m in Stepout Drilling 19, · In a news release, HighGold Mining Inc. (HIGH:TSX.VHGGOF:OTCQX) announced additional assay results from its ongoing 15,000 meter drill program at its Johnson Tract Gold Project in southcentral Alaska. The firm advised that the results reported in this news release are for new drill holes at the

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Trump set to block controversial Alaska gold mineAug 23, · Trump has been unabashedly promining, though that has been largely focused on coal miningPebble would mine a large deposit of copper, gold, molybdenum and silver ore, so it has no direct

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2 Men Missing After Their Gold Mining Dredge Overturns 17, · A search is underway in Alaska for two men who went missing after their gold mining boat overturned. By Associated Press , Wire Service Content Oct. 17, By Associated Press , Wire Service

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Alaska Gold Prospecting Adventure Ninilchik ChartersAlaska Gold Prospecting Alaska Gold Rush. Looking for something to do on one of your spare days ? Have you thought about finding gold on the same ground that the miners of the 1886 Alaska gold rush worked.

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Gold Mining Claims For Sale or Lease in Alaska Gold PARTNER FOR JV IN 2,700 ACRE gold mining claims in South Central Alaska located N. of Glennallen in a Porphyry Belt and Critical Minerals Belt. Airborne Surveys are done.

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The Stampede North: The Alaska Gold Rushes, 18971904 (U.S Dec 29, 2016 · These people became the true success stories of the Gold Rush. As a result of the mining rushes of the late 1890s, Alaskas population grew from 4,298 whites in 1890 to 30,293 in 1900 as hopeful miners pushed north in search of riches. When the miners arrived, fur companies were the major power in the north.

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Alaska Minerals Program Bureau of Land ManagementBLM Alaska Mining and Minerals. Placer mining, long a mainstay of Alaska's gold mining industry, still operates today. In addition to gold, silver, zinc, and lead other minerals are also actively mined. BLM Alaska manages more than 5,000 Federal mining claims and 120 active mines and Mining Operation Plans on public lands.

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Gold Panning &Mining Visit AnchorageGold Panning &Mining. Today you can relive Alaska's gold rush era and try your luck in panning for gold at Crow Creek and Indian Valley mines. Until the Klondike gold rush of 189798, Alaska was relatively unknown.

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Nome searchers find body of missing man after a gold mining 19, · A 32foot gold mining dredge overturned Thursday night, Oct. 15, , near Nome. Two men remain missing while a third was able to make it to shore.

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MAJOR MINES AMA Alaska Miners AssociationMore than 200 placer mines produced 41,000 ounces of gold with a value of $52 million. Approximately 120 active rock quarries, and sand and gravel operations throughout Alaska with at least $12 million in production value on state lands. Export value of $1.8 billion, or 36% of Alaskas total exports (2017). 205 active placer mines produce

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The Stampede North: The Alaska Gold Rushes, 18971904 (U.S Dec 29, 2016 · These people became the true success stories of the Gold Rush. As a result of the mining rushes of the late 1890s, Alaskas population grew from 4,298 whites in 1890 to 30,293 in 1900 as hopeful miners pushed north in search of riches. When the miners arrived, fur companies were the major power in the north.

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Nome searchers find body of missing man after a gold mining 19, · A 32foot gold mining dredge overturned Thursday night, Oct. 15, , near Nome. Two men remain missing while a third was able to make it to shore.

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Alaska Gold Prospecting LocationsGold was found in Alaska as early as 1848 in Kenai River, on a peninsula with the same name, by a Russian mining engineer. After the United States purchased "Sewards Folly"and miners had left the disappointment of mining in the Cassiar gold locations, gold was discovered southeast of eau around Windham and Sumdum Bays.

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Application for Permits to Mine in Alaska Div. of Mining Permits and licenses are required by as many as 12 State and Federal agencies to conduct exploration or mining activities in the State of Alaska. To assist the mining industry navigate this complex permitting process, the State designed the Application for Permits to Mine in Alaska (APMA).

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Large earthquake off Alaska prompts tsunami fears, fleeing19, · 2 men missing after their gold mining dredge overturns The National Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska, said the tsunami warning and later advisory was in effect for roughly 950 miles (1,529 kilometers), from 40 miles (64 kilometers) southeast of Homer to Unimak Pass, about 80 miles (129 kilometers) northeast of Unalaska.

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Recreational Gold Mining Alaska CentersIt is not easy to determine where on public lands recreational gold mining is possible and permitted. You must always check on the status of the land before beginning your activities. If you are unsure of the status of a particular area, check with the federal Bureau of Land Management. They maintain the most up to date maps and information on land status, but you will need to know the exact location of the land in which you are interested, including meridian, township, range, and sometimes section. In Alaska, there is still land with undetermined status pending state and Native Corporation claims settlements. For this reason, it is not possible for accurate maps to be widely available. To determine if an area is open to mineral entry and if there are legal mining claims in the area, contact the State Division of Mining, or, for claims on federal lands, the Bureau of Land Management. Once you have determined land status, know that it is public land, that it is open to mineral entry,

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In most cases, only the use of gold pans, shovels, pry bars, picks, and manually fed sluice boxes and rocker boxes are allowed in streams on public lands without a permit or authorization. In Chugach and Kenai Peninsula State Parks, (the only state parks which are presently open to any recreational mining activity) an individual is limited to one gold pan, one shovel, and one sluice box which is three (3) feet or less in length and fifteen (15) inches in width. In national parks and preserves, only surface sampling with a handheld gold pan is allowed. No digging tools are allowed. Regardless of land status, the use of motorized earthmoving equipment, hydraulic mining either by gravity or mechanical methods, or the use of chemicals is not permitted by recreational miners. Motorized vehicles are limited to existing roads and some trails. In certain situations, trails and some river outwash plains may open for official travel. Sometimes offroad vehicle permits are required for cross

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Suction dredges with a suction hose diameter of four inches or less and sixteen horsepower or less may be used under certain conditions in national forests and on BLM lands. Check with the managing agency. If you are using a dredge of any size, you must check with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Sportsh Division. Streams may be restricted because anadromous sh use them for migration, spawning, and rearing. Some streams are restricted during certain times of the year. The list of streams is quite long and you must know which stream you are interested in working before requesting a permit. On any land in Alaska, a suction dredge with a nozzle diameter greater than six inches or a motor with more than sixteen horsepower or which processes more than 220 cubic yards/day requires a triagency permit which can be obtained from the Alaska Division of Mining. Suction dredges with a suction hose diameter greater than four inches require that a "Notice of Intent"be led with the distr

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A recreational miner should work only in the active stream channel or on unvegetated gravel bars. No digging or excavating should be done in the stream banks. Environmental impacts should always be considered and minimized. Mining activities in streams might be restricted or have certain time constraints to protect sh and other organisms. Even with simple tools, damage can be done. Care should be taken to minimize scarring the terrain or destroying natural resources. Fish and the aquatic insects they eat have difficulty surviving in heavily silted streams. You should not wash soil and vegetative material directly into the stream ow, as the silt and the decay of organic matter can cut off the oxygen supply to sh eggs buried within gravel spawning beds. Digging in the gravel beds can also destroy sh eggs. Respect archeological, paleontological, and historical objects that you may nd. It is unlawful to remove such artifacts from the site. In national parks, mineral specimens, exce

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If you want to learn more about gold mining and perhaps get a little color in the pan, but you do not have the time and/or interest for the investigation into land status, then you might want to consider taking advantage of a commercial outt. These businesses have mining claims and will often rent you a pan and give some instruction.

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Application for Permits to Mine in Alaska Div. of Mining Permits and licenses are required by as many as 12 State and Federal agencies to conduct exploration or mining activities in the State of Alaska. To assist the mining industry navigate this complex permitting process, the State designed the Application for Permits to Mine in Alaska (APMA).

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Alaska Gold Prospecting LocationsGold was found in Alaska as early as 1848 in Kenai River, on a peninsula with the same name, by a Russian mining engineer. After the United States purchased \\"Sewards Folly\\"and miners had left the disappointment of mining in the Cassiar gold locations, gold was discovered southeast of eau around Windham and Sumdum Bays. Major lode veins were found near eau in 1880.

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For more information you should see U. S. Geological paper # 610. This paper describes 43 mining districts that produced more than 10,000 ounces or more. The total gold production as stated in this paper is 29,225,071 ounces.

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This sizable region is bounded by the Alaska Peninsula on the southwest, the Alaska Range on the west and north and by the Talkeetna Mountains on the east.

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At the head of Archangel Creek there are many are lode gold mines, so it is reasonable to assume that there may be placer gold in the creek. The Seldovia district is at the south end of the peninsula on the Seldovia USGS quadrangle. There were many old mines here (eg. Alley, Mills & Trimble, Alaska Hills, Little Creek and others). Most mines were lode mines.

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California Creek and its tributaries contain placer gold. Crow Creek and its tributaries contain placer gold. Many placer and lode gold mines on the Eagle River. Check the quadrangle for the precise locations of the Golden Light, Kempf, Lucky Shot, Panhandle, Thorpe, War Baby, Willow Creek, Arch, Archangel, Bluebird, Fern, Gold Quartz, Mogul, Moose Creek, Northwestern and many other lode and placer gold mines. At the head of Fishhook Creek there are many area mines, this was a productive lode area, so it is reasonable to assume that there may be placer gold in the creek. Girdwood Creek contains placer gold. Glacier Creek and its tributaries contain placer gold. The lower end of Metal Creek is said to contain placer gold. Many placer and lode gold mines on Peter Creek. Check the quadrangle for the precise locations of the Golden Light, Kempf, Lucky Shot, Panhandle, Thorpe, War Baby, Willow Creek, Arch, Archangel, Bluebird, Fern, Gold Quartz, Mogul, Moose Creek, Northwestern and many other lode and placer gold mines. Winner Creek contains placer gold. A few streams in the Kenai Peninsula district yield gold. The interior region of Alaska is the area that drains the Yukon River. It is a very large area and contains some of Alaska best placer ground. The area between Eagle, on the border of Canada's Yukon Territory, to Tanana, almost 500 miles away being the most productive gold producing areas. USGS bulletins 872 and 907, covering the Yukon Tanana Region are great sources of information. The region has produced around 13,000,000 ounces of gold, mostly from placer sources.

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The Girdwood district is a minor producing district that was founded in 1896. There are many hard rock mines that produced lode gold, so it is assummed that placer can be found here too. The district was primarily a lode gold district. The district was primarily a lode gold district.

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This district is about 125 miles south of Fairbanks by air. It consist of the drainages of Valdez and Clearwater Creeks. The Tammany Channel was a buried ancient river chanel of Valdez Creek and was discovered in 1904. The placer were very rich and extensively hydraulicked. There are several old lode mines in the area.

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The copper river region includes most of the Copper River drainage in southern Alaska. It is bordered by the Alaska Range to the north and by the Chucach Mountains on the southwest and by the Wrangell Mountains on the northeast.

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Nome Offshore Mining Information Alaska Division of Mining 01, · 2014 Nome Recreation Mining Letter to Gold Seekers PDF History of Nome Offshore Mining In 2011, the State of Alaska held a lease auction for 86 lease tractssuccessfully leasing a total of about 23,000 acres for Offshore Nome Mining.

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